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In article<b2uece.tu5.19.1@news.alt.net>, dale<dale@dalekelly.org>
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> > Are there any (Windows) Notebook PCs with a 4K screen (RGB pixel matrix,
> > not RGBW)?
> 
> if W is white I would keep it, colors like pink will clip with the 7 
> natural primaries, let alone RGB, depends on what is in the input 
> transmission though

no.